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falls asleep, that's a crime. as far as i can tell. >> but he may have a defense in there somewhere. i don't note legal arguments. but we do know that there was a lever or something inside the cab knowning cab known as the dead man's control. >> explain about that. >> it's a system by if the driver does have let's say a heart attack or major medical problem or falls asleep that he loses physical control and therefore he releases the control of this lever or pedal or whatever it is which automatically brings a train to a stop. the fact that didn't happen, this is really a legal question, would he therefore be able to say i wasn't really asleep? because if i was this thing would have automatically activated. >> i don't know if that helps him or if it hurts him. it sounds to me like he was not entirely asleep, he was in some level of consciousness. >> let me bring in a sleep specialist, michael bruce author of "the sleep doctor's diet plan". can you explain, a, what does this sound like to you? this term nodding off, does that mean somebody's asleep? >> well, it can. and then again it may
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